Today was a foundational show about the role of organized Jewish criminals in prostitution and white slavery. Dr. Duke discussed the development of the nuclear family in Europe and East Asian in evolutionary terms and how this then became the basis for morality in these societies. He then went on to describe the harm that is done both at the individual level and the societal level by prostitution and white slavery.
The Jewish role in human trafficking over the centuries is well documented, and he went over some of the evidence. He referred to a New York Times how how a beautiful blond Ukrainian girl hoping to escape the poverty and despair of her village life answered an ad in a small newspaper in her hometown promising work and opportunity abroad. She wound up a sex slave in Israel. One morning, she was driven to a brothel, where her boss burned her passport before her eyes.
“I own you,” she recalled his saying. “You are my property, and you will work until you earn your way out. Don’t try to leave. You have no papers and you don’t speak Hebrew. You will be arrested and deported. Then we will get you and bring you back.”
The article included an interview with an Israeli White slave master, Jacob Golan:
The women who work there, like nearly all prostitutes in Israel, are Russian; their boss is not. “Israelis love Russian girls,” said Jacob Golan. . . . “They are blond and good looking and different from us,” he said, chuckling.
The fact is, this human trafficking is not even that stigmatized in the Jewish culture, as this passage reveals:
Can a synagogue give a Torah honor to a known pimp? This question was asked of a gadol (leading haredi rabbi) and was answered by him.
That rabbi was the Ben Ish Hai, Rabbi Yosef Haim ben Elijah Haham of Baghdad (1835-1909), the leading Sefardi haredi rabbi in the world and the Av Beit Din, president, of the Baghdad rabbinical court. His answer was published in a book of his responsa, Rav Pe’alim.
The question and his paraphrased answer posted below comes from Trafficking and Prostitution: Lessons from Jewish Sources, Naomi Graetz and Julie Cwikel, Australian Journal of Jewish Studies 20 : 25-58:
Question: What happens when there is only one Cohen in town and he happens to be a Shabbat violator, can he be called up to the Torah? And what happens if in this small town there is only one Levi and he is a pimp, can he be called up to the Torah for an aliya?
R. Joseph qualifies the question: it wasn’t stated if this is a pimp who practices exclusively among “goyim” or among Jews as well. “I will relate to both cases.” In the first case, if the clientele is non-Jewish the bottom line is that it is possible to honor the pimp. But in the second case, (if Jews are involved) if he brings a non-Jewish prostitute to Jews or Jewish women to non-Jews, he cannot be called up to the Torah.
But it is not easy to deny a Levi his honors and so R. Joseph in his final judgment writes that despite the fact that the profession of pimping is frowned upon, if it is just alleged that he deals in prostitution with Jews, he can still be honored.
Then Dr. Duke brought on Dr. Slattery, who provided some of the background for the Jewish trafficking of women from Eastern Europe.
This is a show that exposes an aspect of Jewish supremacism that is not well-known or understood by most people. Please circulate it widely.